63rd KCB Safari Rally to take place on Easter weekend

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James Asiko (right), Director Logistics KCB presents a Shs 45 million sponsorship cheque for this year’s KCB Safari Rally to J.S Vohra (second right), the Chairman of Kenya Motor Sports Federation Limited (KMSFL), Bimal Patel (second left), the Clerk of Course and Phineas Kimathi (left), the Executive Director Safari Rally and KMSF Director

The 63rd KCB Safari Rally 2015 will commence on Easter Friday at the KICC grounds and will carry on for three days, with drivers traversing through Nairobi, Meru and Machakos counties. The rally has reverted to its traditional Easter Holiday dates.

This year, the rally will not be part of the African Rally Championship but a national spectacle meant to revive the Easter Holiday rallying memories.

Among some of the participants will be defending KNRC champion Baldev Chager, Carl Tundo and Shekhar Mehta who has won five times before. Azar Anwar and Tapio Laukkanen, who won the KCB Kisumu Rally a fortnight ago, will also be racing.

The KCB Group has sponsored the Kenya National Rallying Championship with KShs 45 million. These funds will be used to not only plan the 63rd annual KCB Safari Rally but also the rest of the KNRC legs.

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